Heroes of Shaola

With the guidance of the goddesses from within the mysterious crystal, lead Leonardo to become one of the Shaola guardians.

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Description

Zenman Empire is the largest nation in the world. It is located in the central region and surrounded by the bloodthirsty Martia Kingdom (formerly the Martia Tribes) in the north, the deceptively powerful Amazail Kingdom in the south, and the unpredictable House Lagidis in the west.

Each year, the vassal factions must pay a tribute with gifts, weapons, women, and gold to Zenman Empire.

Its capital city, Zalumi, has been protected by the four most powerful noble families. Those four families are the Sutherlands, the Pantelakos, the Totens, and the Rileys.

One morning, Leonardo, the only child of the Sutherlands, was nowhere to be found. His mysterious disappearance shocked the nation.

Meanwhile, in the north, Martia Kingdom has been staring at Zalumi for years. The Amazailians are also lurking around from the south.

Both are growing tired of being a vassal nation. They are tiring of paying tributes to Zenman Empire.

They have been watching Zalumi like a hawk, waiting for a chance to take action.

Sources from Iron Eagle, the mysterious organization from Zuda Kingdom, revealed that Martia and Amazail have been trying to form an alliance.

The once great Zenman Empire is suddenly facing two big threats from the north and south.

Characteristics and Features

 

  • An engaging, captivating story with plot twists.
  • Jump, slash bushes, find secret treasures, explore hidden areas.
  • Simplified sideview turn-based battle system with visible enemies. No random encounters or invisible monsters.
  • Grinding is unnecessary. All you need is to be careful with each decision, look out for quests and hidden secrets, manage your money (buy/sell) wisely, and use your skill, items, and potions carefully.
  • The plots and dialogues are managed carefully in order to bring each character to life.
  • No Game Over. We all know how much time we spent dying on games and it’s the most frustrating thing in the world.
  • There is good replay value with multiple endings based on many variables, including dialogue choices and subtle triggers.